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Who is a United States cabinet-level official who serves as the head of the
Intelligence Community (IC), and is the principal advisor to the President, the NSC, and the Homeland Security Council for intelligence matters related to national security?

A. FBI
B. DCI Director of Central Intelligence
c. President
d. DNI Director of National Intelligence
Director of National Intelligence (DNI)
Who provides overall policy
guidance on information and personnel security matters.

A. FBI
B. NSC National Security Council
c. President
d. DNI Director of National Intelligence
National Security Council (NSC)
Who bears executive
responsibility for the security of the Nation that includes the
authority to classify information and limit access thereto for the protection of the national defense and foreign relations of the United States.

A. FBI
B. DCI Director of Central Intelligence
c. President
d. DNI Director of National Intelligence
The President
Who is chairman of the National Foreign Intelligence Board (NFIB), issues policy manuals in the form of DCI directives or policy statements affecting intelligence policies and activities.

A. FBI
B. DCI Director of Central Intelligence
c. President
d. DNI Director of National Intelligence
Director of Central Intelligence (DCI)
Who is the primary
internal security agency of the Government with jurisdiction over investigative matters, which include espionage, sabotage, treason and other subversive activities.

A. FBI
B. DCI Director of Central Intelligence
c. President
d. DNI Director of National Intelligence
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
who is the DON agency head responsible under EO 12968 for establishing and maintaining an effective PSP
to ensure that access to classified information by each DON employee is clearly consistent with the interests of national security.

A. SECNAV
B. CNO
c. President
d. DNI Director of National Intelligence
SECNAV (SECNAV)
Who provides centralized
coordination and direction for signals intelligence and
communications security for the Federal Government.

A. FBI
B. DCI Director of Central Intelligence
c. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
d. National Security Agency (NSA)
National Security Agency (NSA)
Who coordinates the
intelligence efforts of the Army, Navy and Air Force and is responsible for implementation of standards and operational
management of Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) for the DoD. The Director, DIA is the Senior Official of the Intelligence Community (SOIC) for DoD and is a member of the NFIB.

A. FBI
B. Defense Security Service (DSS)
c. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
d. National Security Agency (NSA)
Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
Who administers the DoD
Industrial Security Program, DoD's Security Education, Training
and Awareness Program, and serves as the Executive Agency for PSP automation, including the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) and DoD’s Electronic Questionnaires for
Investigations Processing (e-Qip) program.

A. FBI
B. Defense Security Service (DSS)
c. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
d. National Security Agency (NSA)
Defense Security Service (DSS)
Who is responsible for establishing and
maintaining a PSP in compliance with the provisions of EOs,
public laws, NSC, DoD regulations and other security directives
regarding trustworthiness standards and the protection of classified information.

A. CNO
B. Defense Security Service (DSS)
c. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
d. SECNAV
SECNAV (SECNAV)
Who has the SECNAV designated
Special Assistant for Naval Investigative Matters and Security,whos functions primarily as the Director, Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), as the senior security official of the DON. and is also responsible for ensuring that the DON has an effective PSP and for complying with all
directives issued by higher authority?

A. CNO
B. Defense Security Service (DSS)
c. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
d. SECNAV
Chief of Naval Operations CNO
Who is responsible for ensuring personnel security requirements for Navy military members are
properly identified to JPAS and that matters relating to the DON’s PSP are appropriately coordinated with CNO.
Chief of Naval Personnel
Programs requiring security measures in addition to those
requirements for the protection of Top Secret, Secret or Confidential classified information, which are established by and within the DoD are referred to as?
DoD Special Access
Programs (SAPs)